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Jeanne Cho

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This is Jeanne Cho - actually, Jeanne Cho-Hunicke since her recent marriage - who is best-known as a member of the "Big Break V" cast (as you can obviously tell from the photo). That's the cast that was required to shoot a swimsuit calendar (thanks, Golf Channel!).

Cho-Hunicke lost the championship match of that "Big Break" season to Ashley Prange. But she beat Ashley where it counts: in LPGA Tour Final Stage Qualifying. Cho finished 17th, just outside the group of fully exempt players, but high enough that she should have no trouble getting in a full schedule of tournaments in 2007.

You can see Jeanne's LPGA profile here, or visit the beginnings of her own Web site at jeannechogolf.com.

Jeanne is also part of the Play Golf Designs group headed by our friend Nisha Sadekar. Jeanne, Ashley Prange, Ashley Gomes, Aree Song, Anna Rawson, another of our friends, Tina Miller, and many more up-and-coming young golf stars are available for corporate outings, charity clinics and personal rounds of golf in Las Vegas. So if you want to play golf with Jeanne, check out Play Golf Designs for info.

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